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EgyptAir Flight 990 / Crash Investigation #428266

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Nov 21, 1999
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(Studio: Andria Hall) Claims that theories about the suicide theory concerning the crash of EgyptAir Flight 990 are hurting the investigation reported. [Egyptian Ambassador to the United States Nabil FAHMY - criticizes the media leaks.]

(Cairo, Egypt: Ben Wedeman) The continuing work on the translation of Flight 990's cockpit voice recorder tapes reported; details given of the response in Egypt to the suicide theory reported. [US INVESTIGATOR - says he gives no promises.] [Egyptian Pilot's Association Walid MURAD(thru translator) - says the suicide accusation is rejected.] [Egyptian Minister of Information Safwat SHARIF(thru translator) - says Egyptians are angry about the rush to judgment.] [EGYPTIAN - says investigators jumped to conclusions.] [Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr MOUSA - talks about the response to the media leaks.]

Hall, Andria;
Wedeman, Ben

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